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  • noun Plural form of stencil.

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Examples

  • Then, cruise over to their website to download historical pumpkin stencils!

    October 2008

  • Then, cruise over to their website to download historical pumpkin stencils!

    Pumkin-Palooza

  • Web Zen: spooky scary zen m&m's dark chocolate halloween safety tips devil's tramping ground camp blood unsettling house pepperoni food art cannibal dinner pumpkin stencils spooky stuff spelling with zombies kiss meets the phantom of the park

    Boing Boing

  • I generally use these kind of stencils but it shifts your perspective.

    UX Magazine - Comments

  • Today, with a Peaceful Playgrounds Program Kit containing key ingredients such as stencils, activity guides and blueprints readily available, more than 8,000 schools have implemented the program nationwide.

    Meadville Tribune Homepage

  • Duddleston said at Wednesday's meeting the hands-on learning with objects such as stencils for geometry or clocks for telling time is necessary for teaching math at lower grade levels.

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  • Duddleston said at Wednesday's meeting the hands-on learning with objects such as stencils for geometry or clocks for telling time is necessary for teaching math at lower grade levels.

    theithacajournal.com -

  • thanks! i've done embossing with "stencils" before as well, like with my I for Idol atc. and i used stencils to do the flocking of the stars in the book, so that the glue and the flocking wouldn't get everywhere. scrap paper is a required craft supply around here!

    update post 2! the trick or treat altered altoid tin swap

  • Two neat, quiet girls were assigned leaf stencils.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • Two neat, quiet girls were assigned leaf stencils.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

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